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Hi I'm Easton Biddulph

I was born on October 15th 1996. My life is built on the teachings of Jesus Christ. I enjoy learning of him. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I have been raised in a family that really enjoys sports. My brothers and I all took to baseball at a very young age. It all started with T-ball, and eventually grew to super league, and finally to high school. Baseball has been my way to relate to others around me. I have found that while I am out on the field I can relate to others who I associate with. My greatest experience with the game of baseball came when I was playing high school ball with my older brother. The team needed an extra man to step out onto the field and contribute to the game. He felt that I was that man, and he was willing to do anything to allow me to be. I stepped up to the challenge with his confidence in me, and I was able to succeed. We formed a great brotherhood that day, and it helped me to relate the game of baseball to family. I have just graduated high school, and am preparing to serve an LDS mission. I graduated high school one year early, as a junior, to be allowed the opportunity to attend LDS Business College for one summer semester before leaving home for two years. The spirit which I felt there, along with the spirit I have felt in my meetings on Sundays and the spirit which I have felt in my home has prepared me to be allowed the opportunity to go out into the world for two years and focus on bring my brothers and sisters closer to Christ. I know that we are not all the same. We all come from different backgrounds. But I also know that God loves us all and he is watching over us always.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. My parents have always practiced the doctrine of allowing me to use my agency as my right to choose whether or not I believe this church is true. This has been very beneficial to me in allowing me to gain a knowledge for myself of what I know to be true. We believe that God gave us agency so that we will have the privilege to choose what is right from what is wrong. This was given to us so that we would have the opportunity to access the knowledge hidden deep within every one of us. I know that God receives no happiness and glory except it come from one of his children being brought back unto him through baptism by full emersion and whole hearted repentance, as well as forgiveness through the gift of the holy ghost which layeth within each and every one of us as our gift to access the powers of heaven. This gift is made stronger and much more constant by the laying on of hands which is the confirmation of becoming a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, which comes after we have been baptized.

How I live my faith

I have taught the young men in our area many times before. I have enjoyed teaching them and allowing them to speak through the spirit. As they make comments back during a lesson, we all end up learning new things. My most challenging opportunity to share the gospel with others came this past year when I attended Seminary at my local high school. During the first day of class they asked around for people who would be willing to help out with the special needs students. This was a challenge for me, but it was also a great blessing from our Father in Heaven. My knowledge of the restored gospel grew as I had the opportunity to hang out around these special children of God. My knowledge of a loving Savior Jesus Christ grew as well. I know that our Heavenly Father loves us, and he sends certain people to us to help us along our way, that they may strengthen us and lift our spirits towards heaven. There was a time in that class where I was assigned to work with a girl who didn't do much. She didn't say much at all. She was an amazing artist, and she expressed herself very well that way. However when it came to making comments in class, she was never the one to answer. There was a time though I remember when we were working on coloring a packet together. It was a coloring book on the Prophet Joseph Smith. We were working on a picture that showed Joseph and the first vision where he saw God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ standing side by side. She was working rigorously trying to color the picture when out of nowhere immediately she stopped what she was doing and looked up toward the ceiling. When she looked back down at the paper she drew a picture of the sun and there she wrote a caption. She entitled her picture, "Here Comes The Son". Spelt SON. The Son of God has come to earth. He has restored His true and living church and with it, His authority. This I know, and you can too.

What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ? Why was it necessary for Jesus Christ to sacrifice His life?

Easton Biddulph
Each and everyday we are all faced with imperfections. We are all mortal, and therefore make mistakes. The atonement of Jesus Christ made it possible for us to be forgiven of these mistakes and to more fully commit ourselves fully to serving our God. Jesus Christ is the way to God. He is the only way to God. He had to die for us so that all perfection could overcome all imperfection. He had to die so that his perfection could take away our imperfection. So that his goodness and mercy could wash away all our sins, and therefore purify us so that we can again return to our Father in Heaven. The Atonement of Jesus Christ is the example given to us mortal beings that all perfection can and will Always overcome all imperfection. Show more Show less